2217h; i don’t see it.

it’s been 3 days

it’s been 6 days

why does it feel like an eternity has passed when it has only been 16 days since i got back? maybe all the late nights and overthinking has messed with my body for good.

khnom nuk neak. whenever you ask me this, you’ll say that i have no idea what you’re talking about. you’ll say that you say it too much and that you feel it more than i do. but you’re not the only one in this.

 

 

i think a part of me wants this to

 

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stop.

 

xx

 

2217h; i don’t see it.

2323h; that’s what i like

this whole time, my interpretation of physical and human geography was clear, to myself. but when i repeat my preference of the physical to others, they assume that it has nothing, completely nothing to do with humans. that’s wrong.

in fact, the geography that i’ve grown to love even more ties in with humans. yes, i love the science of nature but i love its interaction with humans as well. so i guess, the physical i’m referring to is the science and its ecosystem. a biogeographic sphere.

and when i say ‘human geography’, what i actually meant are topics such as population, globalization, transportation, gender … the list goes on. then again, i love reading news on world politics and culture.

that’s me, i guess.  I probably can’t undo all the knots i’ve created. here’s this entry to make it clear once and for all to myself and to all who’re reading. 
xx

2323h; that’s what i like

0215h;

Another 3 more days on the island.

The first month went by excruciatingly slow and once i started learning how to dive and things started between N. and I, each week has been flying by. The weekends pass the fastest. I love that weekend when it was storming and we both slept in.

Today, Mao cooked eggie bread with condensed milk for breakfast. She remembered! I’m so touched by this simple gesture. (:

0215h;